Influencers Love Tacori

One thing that we love about Tacori, aside from their spectacular jewelry, is the strong marketing support they provide to us retailers. Tacori recently emiled us with some information that proves what we have known all along – fashion influencers love Tacori. Check out the sampling below of some bloggers that just can’t live without their fave Tacori pieces!

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Racquel Natasha
She’s Guyanese-Canadian!

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Devon Cruse
She’s a fellow Dallasite – yay!

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Jamie Chung
Remember her from The Real World?

See the rest through this fun click-and-flip of Influencers that Love Tacori.

Tacori trade ins.


With our upcoming Tacori Weekend Event this Friday & Saturday, it’s important to remember that Tacori rings are eligible for a trade in. This, in combination with our loose diamond trade in policy, makes upgrading your Tacori ring very advantageous. This is how Tacori trade ins work:

Tacori rings are eligible for a trade in; percentage of trade in value depends on when it what purchased and the current condition of the ring. For example, rings purchased on or Before December 31st, 2013 are eligible for up to 75% trade in value. Rings purchased on or after January 1st, 2014 are eligible for up to 65% trade in value. You would need to provide the original receipt or the information of the store the ring was purchased from.  The ring would need to be sent in to Tacori for an evaluation on the final trade percentage value.

For details on the upcoming Tacori Weekend Event or to RSVP, click here. Shop Tacori here.

Ring of the Week: Tapered Emeralds


Three stone rings are incredibly popular with our clientele, especially for those wanting their diamond in a classic setting with subtle accents on either end. We are used to seeing these rings with three diamonds, but in this featured ring we see the marquise shaped diamond in the center propped up by tapered baguette emeralds on each side. We love the unexpected element that the Emeralds bring to this ring, while still maintaining it’s timeless nature. Shop Marquise diamonds here. Shop this Ring of the Week here. Shop other emerald accented rings here.

Are you following us on Instagram yet?

Find us on Instagram @thediamonddoctor and check out all of the lovely engagement pictures we have been tagged in. Here at Diamond Doctor we are truly honored to be part of your special moments. We compiled some of the most recent pictures that #DiamondDoctorCouple have shared with us, check them out!

The New British Sparkler

Image from Shutterstock

Image from Shutterstock

Add another sparkler to the celebrity engagement ring circuit. This time, the one on the ring finger of on Pippa Middleton, the sister of Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge married to Duke of Cambridge, Prince William.

We initially were introduced to the sparkler in July, when the youngest Middleton sister confirmed her engagement with the following statement: “Miss Pippa Middleton and Mr. James Matthews are delighted to announce they became engaged on Sunday, July 17, and plan to marry next year.”

We wish this couple a lifetime of happiness. But let’s be real, we can’t wait to talk about the ring! Pippa’s sparker is an Art Deco style ring made in either white gold or platinum featuring a large Asscher cut diamond in a halo. The details on the designer have not been made public.

Here at Diamond Doctor, we scanned our extensive egagement ring inventory and found styles that match Pippa’s ring from designers such as Jeff Cooper, Sylvie and Timeless Designs. Will we soon start seeing The Pippa Effect?




Ring of the week: Yellow and White Gold Combo



This ring featured is a true representation of a mixed metal piece of jewelry. It’s components are cast separately and then assembled. The product: a beautiful combination of the inner shank lining and eight-prong crown standing out in yellow gold from their white gold euro shank base. This ring features a 5.01 carat cushion cut diamond supported by a string of smaller round diamonds at the base, some gradient in size. The center diamond has been graded by the Gemological Institute of America and is accompanied by a diamond certificate from the renown grading laboratory.

Full details on this ring here.